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As restrictions on the lockdown ease the Commission has published a gambling act 2020 guidance to local authorities of frequently asked questions covering its expectations from land-based operators.

This means gambling act 2020 guidance to local authorities the Commission will look to obtain premises information by remote means. Our expectation is that operators will have in place contingency plans. You can call them free onor visit gamcare. We expect full and proper supervision of these facilities, in particular the monitoring for potential money laundering or safer gambling issues.

We will continue to carry out test-purchasing to identify those that are operating unlawfully. Operators must ensure customer interactions take place. Gambling act 2020 guidance to local authorities to the impact Covid nexus mods exodus metro having on operations across the UK we have had to reduce our phoneline opening hours.

In particular the monitoring for potential money laundering or safer gambling issues. Frequently asked questions Which premises can open from 29 June? Who do I report my concerns to if I think government Covid guidelines are not being followed correctly?

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Individual LAs will undertake their own risk assessments and implement policies and procedures accordingly. Can operators expand the use of Idea new casinos 2020 uk look If you are a gambling operator please read our Frequently Asked Questions for gambling businesses.

Are there any restrictions on LBOs opening? LA requirements remain the same. LBOs in Scotland may open for the purpose of placing bets only. Our guidance on the provision and display of information has not changed. Where plans submitted to LA stipulate specific areas for machines most gambling act 2020 guidance to local authorities betting shops operators must contact the LA for advice first.

Where these changes are significant, and could affect the mitigation of local risks, operators must review and where necessary update their risk assessments.

Staffing issues are a matter for individual operators, but our expectation is that they are confident in their abilities to meet all of our requirements, including customer interactions, when they reopen. As such we may seek evidence to support this.

Operators in the unregulated sector are expected to review the risks and if required update any risk assessments. Provided operators can evidence appropriate controls when installing SSBTs, use can be expanded. If customers are wearing PPE facemasksare operators still required to enforce self-exclusions?

If customers refuse, then staff should follow operator guidance on refusing service. Do operators still need to undertake Age Verification AV check programs? Do operators need to review their premises [local] risk assessment s? What will the Commission do about the period of time during which there were no test-purchase exercises?

Data shows the impact of Covid on gambling behaviour in May The Gambling Commission has today published furthe…. Will the Commission suspend test-purchasing? Where we find evidence of non-compliance, we will take swift action.

It is there to support those suffering from gambling problems or those concerned about the affect gambling is having on people close to them. Our phonelines are open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10 am and 4 pm.

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Casinos are not reopening in June, but we would expect them to review the risks when they do. We do not want operators to be disadvantaged and so we will be calculating results only for the periods during which premises are open. If you have a question about your gambling, or the gambling of someone close to you, our FAQs from gambling consumers during lockdown may provide valuable information. Share Tweet Browser does not support script. Serve Legal could also be undertaking their own business risk assessments that may require changes to the process. So long as this is the case, wherever possible the Commission will be flexible on arrangements. Land based operators in the regulated sector are required to regularly review their AML risk assessments. The Gambling Commission is not responsible for addressing breaches of Covid19 guidance. Whilst not a requirement, we would expect operators to consider the risks posed to compliance with the Act, LCCP and associated guidance. What happens if staff will not or cannot undertake customer interactions due to social distancing or Covid 19 concerns? They may not provide chairs or televisions showing live races. Operators must ensure that they can evidence appropriate controls when installing TITO and all gaming machines must comply with the relevant technical standards. Do operators need to update their AML risk assessment? Operators are still required to undertake these programs. Do the social distancing rules mean customer interactions are suspended? Operators may have to implement changes to manage social distancing and to protect staff and customers. We therefore expect operators to have confidence in their ability to be fully compliant with our requirements when they reopen.